The Lilburn Business Association recently elected new officers. There now is a new president, treasurer and secretary.
President -- Adam Walker, Managing Partner of Sideways8 Interactive
In 2009, Adam Walker began Sideways8 Interactive with a friend, Aaron Reimann. He is a 2003 graduate of Georgia Tech. After college, Walker went into vocational ministry. He worked as a youth minister and a community minister. In fact, he met his business partner through an internship at a metro Atlanta church. Besides his faith, Walker always was interested in website development. In the 1990s, he created his first website using GeoCities. Eventually, he created his own websites from scratch. When Walker isn't working, he likes to spend time with his family (a wife and three children), coaching youth soccer, spending time with his church family, blogging, reading and sitting by a fire.
Treasurer -- Jim Stanhouse, Owner of Stanhouse Financial Planning and Management, LLC
Jim Stanhouse has lived in Gwinnett County for about 25 years and is originally from upstate New York. He is a fee-only certified financial planner. He started his business in 2009 after many years in the world of information technology. He holds a undergraduate degree in accounting, and a master's degree in information systems. In addition, he volunteers as a member of Clark Howard’s Consumer Action Center, where he answers consumer questions on personal finance and many other topics. He also is active in the Great Pyrenees Rescue of Atlanta organization and have adopted two dogs Snowflake and Flurry.
Secretary --Sandra Waldrop, Owner of InSite to Web
Originally from Greenville, S.C., Sandra Miller Waldrop holds a bachelor's degree in science and a doctorate in chemistry from Furman University and Emory University, respectively. She spent 16 years doing medical research at the Emory University School of Medicine. She also completed certificate programs in web design and development from Emory Continuing Education. She started her company InSite To Web in 2007 and consults primarily on web projects that involve databases such as shopping carts and content management systems. She is married with two sons, including one who currently attends Parkview High. She enjoys playing with a community orchestra and participates in her church's choir.
Beth Kellerman continued as vice president.
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(SOURCE: Lilburn Business Association website, and Sideways8 Interactive website.)